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And cannot be for part.

531

518

Where all are damaged.

ib.

ib.

Where only one of several articles in-
fured is put in risk.

ib.

ib.

der so much per cent.

531

When a particular article may be aban- Where the policy is free of average

doned.

The effect of an abandonment.

How it transfers the property.
To what time it relates.

519 How the lofs shall be appreciated. ib.

ib.

ib.

519

What shall be deemed the true value
of a thing.

ib.

533

How averages are fettled.
Different modes of appreciating a loss.

Whether an abandonment of a fhip
transfers the freight.
It can only be in proportion to the fum
infured.
520
What fhall be the concurrent claims of
infurers and lenders on bottomry, ib.
What shall be the claim of the infur
ers, where the infured receives com-
penfation after the abandonment. The effe&t of an adjustment...:

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ib.

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ib. It is prima facie evidence against the in

Or the thing infured is recovered. 524

furers.

Abandonment once made is irrevocable. But it may be impeached.

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543

544

525 It may be given in evidence in an ac
tion on the policy.
How, in cafe of abandonment, the
claims of different fets of underwri
ters fhall be adjusted.

526

Duty of the infured to fave all in bis

power.
Duty of the captain and failors,

526

527

ACCEPTANCE OF BILLS.

When this will give a title to insure. 214

ACTION.

As to the form of action on a policy
of infurance. Vid. Proceedings.

ADJUSTMENT OF LOSSES.

What shall be deemed a fair indemnity.

497, 529

How the quantity of the lofs fhall be af-
certained.

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530 His authority.

AGENT.

205
A fhip's

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How the plaintiff fhall recover in fuch
action.
But if the agent act in the usual man-
ner, it is fufficient.

ib.

ANIMALS,

729

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An agent ought not to be an under. In cafes of infurance. Vid. Proceed-

writer.

ings.
ib.

If he pretend he has effected a policy,
troyer will lie against him for it.

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Vid. Marine law.

AMERICA.

gainft.)

"AT AND FROM."

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Discovery of, its effect on the com- How thefe words fhall be construed.

merce of Europe.

13 A Vid, Rifk, (Duration of.)

Under what circumstances Americans

may trade to the British fettlements
in India. Vid. Voyage.

AVERAGE.

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460

Different forts.
ib.
When average contributions may be
claimed.
460, 462
When petty average fhall be a charge
against infurers.
461, 462
When the loss of goods put into lighters
fhall be a general average. 463
When wages and expenfes fhall be a
general average.
464
What fhall be only a particular average.
465
ib.

What shall be liable to contribute to a
general average.
The captain's duty in fettling a general
⚫ average.
466

Remedy against him for neglecting

this.

ib.

How the contribution fhall be adjusted.

467

In what degree the fhip and freight
are liable.

ib.

ib.

How a jettifon fhall be valued.
How the infurers thall reimburse aver-

age contributions.
468
Whether lenders on bottomry be liable

to general average. Vid. Bottomry.
What shall be an average lofs within
the common memorandum. Vid.
Memorandum.

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In what cafe insurance against barratry
ought to be permitted.

443

445

What fhall amount to barratry.
Whether the captain may be infured
against the barratry of the failors.

445,458
When a deviation shall not be barratry.

447
Whether the failors may commit bar-
ratry against the will of the captain.
ib.
In what cafe the difobedience of the
failors amounts to barratry. ib.
In what cafe cruifing for prize is bar
ratry.

448
Barratry can only be committed against

the owners.
449
Therefore it cannot be committed by
the mafter, if he be owner. 452
Or even if he have only the equity of
redemption.

ib.

A general freighter is owner for the

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But the infurer will not be liable, if it

do not happen during the voyage. ib.
How barratry is punished in France, ib.
How in England.

How barratry fhall be proved.
Proceedings, (Proof of Lofs.)

BELIEF.

477

Vid.

Whether matter of belief amounts to a
reprefentation. Vid. Reprefentation.

BILL OF HEALTH.

Vid. Document.

BILL OF LADING.

Vid. Risk, (On ship.) Vid. Proceed- Vid. Document; Interest, (Qualified.)
ings, (Trial.)

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